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U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), Chairwoman of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Competition Policy, Antitrust and Consumer Rights, issued the statement below after the Senate Judiciary Committee passed the Journalism Competition Preservation Act by a 15-7 vote. The Journalism Competition …

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SHOREVIEW — The Cafesjian Art Trust (CAT) is opening a free museum. For the first time, scholars, art lovers, students and the general public will be able to study and enjoy its world-class collection of contemporary and modern art, including a large collection of studio art glass. The CAT M…

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Minnesota’s deer hunting tradition is rich and strong, reaching back many generations and in general, hunters in 2022 can expect more opportunities to harvest deer. 

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WHITE BEAR LAKE — Review of a new land use designation for the Armory turned into a lengthy discussion about the need for more downtown parking followed by a request to wait on a proposal to transfer ownership of the building to the White Bear Area Historical Society.

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The city of Bayport has gone through several name changes over the years, but in 1922 its Village Council decided on a final name change that has stuck for the last 100 years. 

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Tiffany Goodchild says watching her child walk for the first time with the help of technology was such a powerful experience, she is hoping to make that experience a reality for other families. 

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It’s that time of year when students are headed back to school. Press Publications asked four school districts, including Centennial, about various topics including: construction projects, the teacher shortage, COVID-19 protocols, security upgrades and more for the 2022-23 school year.

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It was at White Bear Lake High School that Josh Cassada started imagining a career as an astronaut. In just a few weeks his childhood ambitions will come true. 

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Like the little engine that could, a compact cruiser with a 50 hp outboard carried a Bald Eagle sailor 6,000 miles around America’s Great Loop, an endeavor completed by fewer than 400 boats a year.

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WHITE BEAR LAKE — A delegation of young Ukrainians visiting the state as part of a youth leadership engagement and development program visited the White Bear Rotary Club peace pole Thursday. The 8-foot pole is located along the Lake Avenue trail near Fifth Street. 

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All Good Organics Farm, also known as the Cardinal farm, is the 2022 Anoka County Family Farm of the Year.

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Eight listening sessions hosted by Second Harvest Heartland will take place over the next month as a way to share feedback from local food shelves with members of Congress as they renegotiate the Farm Bill in 2023.

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You could call Mark Youngblood a bottle diviner of sorts. Instead of divining for water, he probes for glassware and other artifacts. And he does it around turn-of-the-century privy sites. 

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WHITE BEAR LAKE – An “important step into the future” was how Ramsey County Commissioner Victoria Reinhardt described Friday’s launch of the autonomous vehicle called Bear Tracks. 

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It is now legal in Minnesota to sell certain edibles and beverages infused with tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the cannabis ingredient extracted from hemp.

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STILLWATER TOWNSHIP – The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a body was recovered from the St. Croix River in Stillwater Township early Monday afternoon.Just after 9 a.m., the Washington County Sheriff’s Office was alerted to an abandoned fishing boat along the Minneso…

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The Bridge the Valley Bike Rally will begin and end right on Chestnut Plaza; five different routes will be featured around the beautiful St. Croix Valley countryside. There will be fun for everyone, whether it be a short family ride, challenging longer rides or a secluded gravel ride.

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Belwin Conservancy wants to bring attention to its red pine forest, and it’s doing so by placing dozens of musicians in tree stands 16 feet above the ground for the aptly named “Music in the Trees.”

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After the White Bear Lake City Council voted in March to nix the Metropolitan Council's plans to build a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) station within the city as the turnaround point for the Purple Line, project movers and shakers turned to Mahtomedi for approval of a possible Plan B.

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The Slice of Shoreview volunteer committee is excited to welcome the community back to the festival this weekend, July 22-24, at Island Lake Park with great food, entertainment, new events and some family favorites.

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Minnesota public health officials reported a record number of overdose deaths in 2021, following a pattern seen in many other states in recent years. According to a new report issued this week by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), most overdose deaths in 2021 were associated with fent…

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Heather and Randy Bacchus have been grieving since their 21-year-old son, Randy Michael Bacchus III, took his own life one year ago in Colorado while suffering from cannabis-induced psychosis.

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Hot summer days call for a cold beer, right? When the temperatures start to climb, you might find yourself reaching for something light with a crispy, citrusy finish. That’s what we tried to embody when we set out on a cold spring day in April in preparation for this story.